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Netball Super League Season Opener

Almost 1,000 goals were scored in rounds two and three of the Netball Super League as part of last weekend’s double-header.

This weekend we have three live games for you, starting with Friday Night Netball.

Make sure you’re following the NSL on TwitterInstagram and TikTok for updates and exclusive behind-the-scenes content, while our YouTube channel is the place to go for highlights if you miss anything.

Here’s how you can watch the action.

Loughborough Lightning vs. Saracens Mavericks – 19:30

After a 100% start, Loughborough Lightning will be hoping to continue their good form at home to Saracens Mavericks who they have enjoyed success against in recent years, coming out on top in the last five meetings. But after picking up their first three points of the season against Leeds Rhinos last weekend, Mavericks will be full of confidence.

Captain Sasha Corbin is celebrating her 10th year in Hertfordshire this season and this week she comes up against a familiar foe after spending a year in Loughborough in between spells with Mavericks.

Tune in from 19:00 with the hype show with Kadeen and Sasha Corbin before the main channel build-up starts with pre-match interviews and analysis at 19:15. Watch live on Sky Sports Mix and the Sky Sports YouTube channel (UK only)

London Pulse vs. Manchester Thunder – 18:00

In round two, London Pulse made history by recording their highest-ever goal tally in the NSL, scoring 72 goals against Team Bath. This week, they come up against a side who were infamous for goals in 2022, scoring 80+ on three occasions!

Whilst Pulse have won three from three, Manchester Thunder were dealt an early blow by Surrey Storm last weekend as they were beaten for the first time since June 2021.

At both ends of the court, we have shooters in fine form with Liv Tchine on 101 goals whilst Lenize Potgieter has the best shooting accuracy amongst the top ten shooters with 96.3%.

Watch Pulse take on Thunder on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only) with the first centre pass at 18:00.

Surrey Storm vs. Saracens Mavericks – 18:00

Surrey Storm are the early pace makers, winning four from four in just eight days, their best start to a Netball Super League campaign since 2017.

In attack and defence, Storm have stand out stars with shooter Proscovia Peace and defender Layla Guscoth top of the charts for goals and turnovers respectively.

For Saracens Mavericks, this is a fixture that they have enjoyed in recent seasons, winning seven of their last eight meetings against the Surrey side.

First centre pass is at 18:00 and you can watch it all on Sky Sports YouTube (UK only).

If you would like to go down to any of this weekend’s games, head over to our tickets page where you will find links to all of the team’s ticket pages.

See all the results from rounds two and three as they come in on our fixtures & results page.

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